Looking forward to the new version of this Thurber short story, I was happy to see this original 1947 version here. It starts out very well, but soon becomes a tiresome vehicle for Danny Kaye's schtick, of which a little goes a long way, and this has far too much of it.
i thought this was a good film but not as good as the first i didnt find it as scary and there was nothing in this we didnt see in the first film it also reminded me abit of the shining with the dad losing the plot but as of horrors these days it was decent ive also got a sneaky feeling the ending is setting it up for a 3rd instalment.
Its actually a pretty good movie...most zombie movies are pretty vague about how the infection starts. This brings in a human element and kinda points to the source of a zombie apocalyse...
recommend for a
1. zombie fan
2. bored individual
3. multitasker - you HAVE to be doing something else or you'll get bored just watching the movie
The original script with no interferences from Damon Lindhoff is much, much better. That man just can't write a good script. He messed up Star Trek 2 aswell and Prometheus could've been epic instead of great. That said the movie is very good if you can forgive the little stupid errors that make no sense. Visuals and athmosphere are top notch, acting is great especially from Fassbender and i would love to see a proper sequel to this. Just don't involve Lindhoff please,